The most tedious part was coring & scoring, blanching and skinning the tomatoes. But the skins came off easily. These little guys were small, so they were halved (instead of quartered) and loaded onto the dehydrator trays..
Kari's engineering the nuclear dehydrator silo turbine.
Once they were all stacked up, we pressed go-time on the dehydrator, and I let it run over night.
Good morning tatos! They say 10-14 hrs for tomatoes, but since these were so small, I bet 8-9 would've worked. I picked them off the trays, put them in a plastic bag, labeled with contents and date, tried to roll as much air out of the bag as possible and stuck them in the freezer.